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D17 stalling

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kelly jans

03-22-2010 07:54:06

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Hi guys, I"m having a little issue with a tractor I just bought, it starts and runs fine and when you drive it on the level it"s fine, but if you try to go up any kind of an incline it powers out and stalls even in low gear with nothing behind. Would it be a fuel issue or something else? It"s a 1961 d17

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kelly jans

03-24-2010 07:59:45

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 Re: D17 stalling in reply to kelly jans, 03-22-2010 07:54:06  
I"ll have to try the choke next time I run it. I took the bottom of the air cleaner off and changed the oil but how do you clean the air filter part, it looks like a bunch of steel wool or something in there and I don"t know how to get it out.

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03-22-2010 19:32:00

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 Re: D17 stalling in reply to kelly jans, 03-22-2010 07:54:06  
Does puling out the choke rod help any? If it does, then you have a fuel flow problem. Bob

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03-22-2010 08:35:59

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 Re: D17 stalling in reply to kelly jans, 03-22-2010 07:54:06  
Fuel tank to low of fuel??? But yes it does sound like a problem of some sort in the fuel system. Could also be caused by an air cleaner that needs to be checked and oil changed and water removed

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